[Ed. – It’s kind of a weird venture capital pitch, but hey. Apparently Ice Cube wants to start a studio.]
[T]he usual underlying idea’s that black people have been kept poor by the extended heritage of slavery.
Given that, here’s a question — what about black millionaires who’ve been kept down?
Ice Cube has an answer: Those in Hollywood are owed a pie slice, too. …
During a Wednesday interview with Charlamagne tha God, Cube told The Breakfast Club’s audience that oppressive studios have contributed to the pain of black entertainers, and the piper’s readied his credit-card machine:
“Virtually all the studios who contributed in our narrative, in our pain, in our misrepresentation, in stealing our history and giving it to…white people for over 100 years. So I think these studios … should kick in to a studio that’s [run] by black people with no outside influences, and whose movies and projects are owned by those black people…”